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Butch/Femme with Diana Cage, Miriam Perez, Jack Stratton and Teresa Theophano on June 8th

May 17, 2010

Sideshow: The Queer Literary Carnival
Hosted by Cheryl B. & Sinclair Sexsmith

June 8 @ Phoenix
Doors, 7:30pm. Reading, 8pm.

This month’s theme is BUTCH/FEMME, starring:
Diana Cage
Miriam Perez
Jack Stratton
Teresa Theophano

The Readers:

Diana Cage is the author of several best selling, hilarious and informative books on sex and relationships, including Girl Meets Girl:A Dating Survival Guide and Box Lunch: The Laypersons Guide to Cunnilingus. She’s been called everything from an “unapologetic pioneer,” to “flirty, raunchy and in your face.” Diana’s obsessions include high heels, fashion week, gin martinis, Luce Irigaray and extreme lesbian processing. She’ll pretty much talk about sex with anyone who asks. Look for her most recent book, A Woman’s Guide to Sexual Ecstasy, coming out later this year.

Miriam Zoila Pérez is a writer, blogger and reproductive justice activist. She is the founder of Radical Doula, a blog that lives at the intersections of birth activism and social justice. Pérez is an Editor at Feministing.com and works with the National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health. Her writing has appeared in various publications and two recent anthologies: Click: When We Knew We Were Feminists and Yes Means Yes: Visions of Female Sexual Power and A World Without Rape. Pérez lives in Washington DC.

Jack Stratton is an open minded, sex positive, mostly-straight, mostly-top, non-monogamous, writer, skeptic, foodie, graphic designer and aspiring dandy. He is a native New Yorker who is obsessed with kink, fan fiction, postmodernism, women and ties.  He’s hardly been published anywhere, which is a  damn shame. He thoughts and work can be found at writingdirty.com.

Teresa Theophano
is a writer, social worker, and community organizer. She is the editor of Queer Quotes, published by Beacon Press in 2004, and of the forthcoming anthology Headcase: LGBTQ Writers and Artists on Mental Illness. She has also contributed to numerous anthologies and Web sites, including glbtq.com and Planned Parenthood. A former assistant editor at St. Martin’s Press, Teresa now does social work in Harlem with mentally ill homeless adults, and assists with projects at the National LGBT Cancer Network.

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  1. hotdamnfemme
    June 7, 2010 at 7:14 pm

    If only this were visiting Los Angeles! It sounds like a fantastic event – have fun!

  1. June 2, 2010 at 8:14 pm
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